The Native American culture and their belief is that, the all living things are interconnected to each other. Native American women were no exceptions, they were stereotyped presented as primitive pagans and mystified. Native American women evince that Native American women are neither Squaws nor Princesses, but Corn Maidens in essence. The women were a projection of the explorer's fears and fantasies. These fears and fantasies were related to the need to be exalted for their achievements and the desire to promote their economic interests.
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